Savannah selects city manager

Since the resignation of Savannah City Manager Rob Hernandez in 2019, city officials have had a tumultuous time in searching for his full time replacement.  After failing to come to a consensus in a search last year, the city council, often divided, made it their...

Film industry helps fund Statesboro airport

The state’s film industry is creating a very tangible benefit for the Statesboro Bulloch County Airport in the form of a $500,000 payday that will go towards the construction of a new hangar for corporate jets.  Producers for the Korean War-era film...

Varsity to return to Athens

UGA alums nationwide were heartbroken when the news broke that the Varsity’s Athens location was closing its doors after almost 60 years – leaving the city without a Varsity location for the first time in nearly 90 years.  Good news though – the...

Gwinnett College’s “Green Corridor”

Last month city of Lawrenceville officials rolled out the “green carpet,” officially unveiling the new college corridor linking Gwinnett College and downtown Lawrenceville.  The goal is to have the corridor, officially called the Collins Hill Extension,...

New hospital in NW Georgia

Too much of the news in recent years has been about the rural healthcare crisis in Georgia, with hospitals closing and state officials scrambling to find ways to ensure that all Georgians have access to medical care.  Well that trend has been bucked in Northwest...

Spaceport Camden nears ultimate approval

It has been nine years since Camden County officials began the laborious process of trying to create the state’s first spaceport, but good news last week from the Federal Aviation Administration means their plans may finally be coming to fruition.  The FAA last...

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